Chrissy Teigen is fueling "bad filler" rumors after new photos of the model from the White House Correspondents' Dinner emerged. Bekah on TikTok (@bekahdayyy) uploaded a video about the 37-year-old to discuss her appearance, garnering nearly one million views and over 40,000 likes. "Because of the angle of the photo, people are really able to see all of the filler in the cheeks and chin area that Chrissy has added to her," Bekah explains, "which definitely isn't as noticeable on social media."
Bekah believes it's possible for some people to become addicted to altering their features. "Honestly, I feel like it's time for us to have the conversation about how we have so normalized getting tons of filler in our face and altering our faces," she adds. "Because there's nothing wrong with cosmetic enhancements. You can do anything you want with your body. But I honestly feel like we're not talking enough about how addictive filler and plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures can be."
People in the comment section seem to agree. @paddishbrown writes, "I SAW SOMEONE CALL HER A GARLIC KNOT 💀."
Another comment reads, "she would like to play a game."
"Courtney Cox said in an interview recently that she stopped being able to tell how distorted her face was from filler. People lose sight of themselves," adds a woman named Rachel. And she's right – we've seen this behavior time and time again with influencers and celebrities. They get one thing changed only to alter another, and the so-called "enhancements" continue until they're almost unrecognizable.
In other news, it seems like Chrissy cannot escape the critics. Last week, NBC host Megyn Kelly trashed Teigen's revealing sheer lilac gown by Georges Hobeika that she wore to the event. “I can see London, I see France, I see Chrissy’s underpants,” Kelly joked. “Nobody shows underpants at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. OK, Chrissy, they just don’t do it. And nobody shows up with serfs to carry their train, which there shouldn’t be on your White House Correspondents' Dinner dress anyway, because it’s barely a formal event.”
TMZ then caught up with Chrissy's hubby John Legend, who says Kelly is just desperate for views. “She needs it after she got fired from Fox,” John said, referring to Kelly's departure from Fox News years ago. “She has to do what she can do to get attention." Chrissy has yet to comment on the host's remarks.
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